New York Times, Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Author: Kevan Choset
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVX} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Choset. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. A trip can be taken on it : WHIM
5. Basic rhyme scheme : ABAB
9. Hindu "wonder worker" : FAKIR
14. Seep : OOZE
15. Seasoning for turkey dressing : SAGE
16. Jagged, as a leaf's edge : EROSE
17. Healthful sandwich material : WHOLEWHEATBREAD
20. Lawn base : SOD
21. Unsmooth : COARSE
22. Actress Vardalos : NIA
23. Much underused pronoun : WHOM
24. One-named Venetian master : TITIAN
27. Counterpart of emotion : RATIONALTHOUGHT
32. Pull ... or puff : DRAG
33. Singer Cara : IRENE
34. Orch. section : STR
35. 5, 3/4, pi, square root of -1 ... or a word that follows the starts of 17-, 27-, 43- and 58-Across : NUMBERS
38. Where Switz. is : EUR
41. Ed of "Lou Grant" : ASNER
42. One way to send pkgs. : USPS
43. One giving house tours : REALESTATEAGENT
49. Lure : ENTICE
50. Talk (over) : HASH
51. Fannie ___ : MAE
52. First English king : EGBERT
55. Kid's pie stuff : MUD
58. Childhood pal, perhaps : IMAGINARYFRIEND
62. Respectful denial : NOSIR
63. Lima's land : PERU
64. ___ Naldi, who co-starred with Valentino : NITA
65. Muumuu, e.g. : DRESS
66. Henry James biographer Leon : EDEL
67. 2004 Brad Pitt film : TROY
1. Astounds : WOWS
2. Deep laugh : HOHO
3. Polo alternative : IZOD
4. Famous-voiced Blanc : MEL
5. Dazedly in love : ASWOON
6. Grand ___ Island : BAHAMA
7. Source of gray hairs, maybe : AGER
8. Actress Arthur and others : BEAS
9. Presidents' Day mo. : FEB
10. Part of E.T.A.: Abbr. : ARR
11. Chekov player on "Star Trek" : KOENIG
12. Book before Jeremiah : ISAIAH
13. Household pest : REDANT
18. It's often tested by shouting "Hello!" : ECHO
19. Leash : TETHER
23. Judge's wear of old : WIG
25. They can be indicated by a + or – : IONS
26. Election Day, e.g.: Abbr. : TUE
27. Rtes. : RDS
28. 37-Down display : ART
29. Driveway surface : TAR
30. One with social grace, astrologically : LIBRA
31. Quattro – uno : TRE
35. Tiny unit of time: Abbr. : NSEC
36. Invisible : UNSEEN
37. Big Apple attraction, with "the" : MET
38. Ending with Japan : ESE
39. Airer of TV's "Moesha" : UPN
40. Q-U separator : RST
41. Oscar-nominated Will Smith role : ALI
42. "That's awful!" : UGH
43. Not let forget : REMIND
44. Bewitch : ENAMOR
45. Command to a saluter : ATEASE
46. "___ here!" : THEYRE
47. Too much talk : EARFUL
48. Sci. of the heavens : ASTR
53. Hang open : GAPE
54. Raised, in a way : BRED
55. Israel's Golda : MEIR
56. "For ___ us a child is born ..." : UNTO
57. Decisive time : DDAY
59. Amer. fighters : GIS
60. Not a popular federal org. : IRS
61. Bankbook abbr. : INT

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